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Ellison Family Letters

Letters from Price F., Vernon, Herbert and Albert Ellison of Vernon, B.C., to their mother Mrs. Price Ellison, and their sisters Elizabeth and Ellen. Learn more.

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BC Archives MS-0249

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Warlingham May 21st

My Darling Mother

I hav'nt had any letter lately from home. I hope things are going a little better than they were, and that you are not working your heads off. The country around here is fine now. We have just had a couple of days rain and everything is fresh and green. It makes me home sick. We have little gardens in front of our huts but there is nothing up yet. I hav'nt seen any garden around yet they can't come up to yours. Mother you must have an awful lot to do now that [illegible] has left and there is no one to help you with the housework. How is Elizabeth getting along with the bank work. I can imagine how tired she is at night. Tell her to write and

BC Archives, MS-0249 Box 1 File 10 / ELLISON FAMILY. Vernon. / Mrs. Price Ellison, correspondence inward from her son Price Ellison, 1917.

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